From Shen Peng of San Jose Hockey Now:

Meet Mushu.

This was Mushu before my wife Mulan and I adopted her in Feb. 2021.

Given the name “Streamer” by Walnut Creek-based Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation – yes, that Tony La Russa – “Streamer”, described as an “Australian Shepherd mix”, was an eight-year-old stray missing hair on most of her body and tail because of a severe chronic skin disease.

My wife and I wanted to give an older dog the best years of their lives, which is why we rescued “Streamer”.

Here’s Mushu today, 11 pounds later, and it turns out, actually a Labrador Retriever and Siberian Husky mix:

The truth is though, cheesy as it sounds, Mushu has changed my life as much as we changed hers….

People Rescuing Animals … Animals Rescuing People®

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